Parallels Desktop – Application to help install Windows on Mac

Recently, the next version of the famous virtualization software on MacOS has officially been released. Parallels Desktop 12.1.3 is compatible with the latest macOS Sierra

An Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, Intel Core M or Xeon processor (Core Solo and Core Duo processors are no longer supported).
Note: Parallels Desktop can only be installed on Intel-based Macs running the 64-bit kernel. Please see for more details.
At least 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
Note: Your Mac must have enough RAM memory to use Mac OS X and its applications plus the memory required for each additional operating system (and its programs) that you want to use simultaneously.
At least 850 MB of space available on the boot volume (the volume that has OS X) for Parallels Desktop installation
Enough free disk space for each virtual machine and its applications (at least 15 GB for each installation of Windows)
OS X Yosemite 10.10 or later, OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 or later

Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition is built on the world’s best desktop virtualization solution, but also incorporates centralized administration capabilities to keep IT in control of virtual machines.

Parallels Desktop v11.0.2 (31348)

ParallelsDesktop v11.1.0-32202

Parallels Desktop v11.1.2.32408 Business Edition

Update ParallelsDesktop v11.2.0-32581

Update ParallelsDesktop-12.0.1-41296

Update ParallelsDesktop-12.0.2-41353

Update ParallelsDesktop-12.1.0 (Good support on Sierra)

ParallelsDesktop-12.1.1-41491 (Support Sierra 10.12 & Windows 10)


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